Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group awarded Lagan Aviation & Infrastructure the £18.3 million Airfield Infrastructure project at Cambridge Airport.
The main works included the refurbishment of an existing apron, construction of a new taxiway, runway resurfacing and an upgrade to the drainage and airfield lighting systems and required a combination of day-time and night-time working with over 100 workers engaged in the works.
There was approximately 25,000m³ of excavation, cut and fill on the project. Approximately 6,000 tonnes of Type 1 stone, 10,000m³ of concrete and 65,000 tonnes of asphalt used. The team re-used all excavated material within the works including the crushing and re-use of 3,000m³ of concrete.
Lagan Construction International mobilised their in-house concrete plant, asphalt plant and associated laying equipment on the project and self-performed a large proportion of the works.
There was a total of 220,000 hours worked on the project without any lost time incidents.
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